The American Action Network (AAN), a non-profit advocacy group with close ties to House Republican leadership, launched the first major issue advocacy campaign to encourage members of Congress to support cutting energy costs. started the stage.
The group’s efforts include $1.5 million in broadcast, cable, and digital advertising. Targets her 12 members of Congress and urges them to support HR 1, the Energy Cost Reduction Act.
The Republican-backed House bill should help bring down the cost of energy by increasing America’s energy production and rolling back bureaucracy to make it more competitive with China. take a tougher stance.
“Americans cannot afford to continue to bear the costs of a costly war against leftist energy,” said AAN President Dan Conston. We must seize the opportunity to pass generational legislation that streamlines and strengthens national security.”
AAN’s $1.5 million broadcast, cable and digital ads will run during the “March Madness” basketball tournament and on local news stations. As part of a nationwide campaign to gain support for the bill, the ad will cover his 12 members (mostly Democratic freshmen) as the group runs additional ads in conservative neighborhoods across the country.
The districts AAN hits with digital and TV ads include the districts of its representatives. Yadira Carabeo (D-CO), Matt Cartwright (D-PA), Marie Grusenkamp Perez (D-WA), Dan Kildee (D-MI), wiley nickel (D-NC), Emilia Sykes (D-OH), and Gabe Vasquez (D-NM).district that’s all Representatives such as Mary Pertola (Democrat-AK), Jared Golden (Democrat-Main), Susan Wilde (Democrat-PA), Greg Landsman (Democrat-Ohio), and Mary Kaptor (Democrat-Ohio) Digitized.
Check out the TV ad targeting Congressman Yadira Carabeo.
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